A high school production of the musical "Legally Blonde" in Ohio has been deemed by administrators to be inappropriate for its audiences, resulting in the apparent dismissal of a drama teacher.
A report from station WLWT in Cincinnati said that Sonja Hansen, a drama teacher at Loveland High School, has been forced to resign following the staging of the musical show. Hansen told the station that she was asked to resign or she would be fired.
The dispute centers on the school's production of "Legally Blonde," the musical based on the popular Reese Witherspoon movie. The musical opened on Broadway 2007 and has since been widely produced in local theaters around the country and abroad.
"High schools are doing the show; community theaters are doing the show," Hansen told the station. She said that "there are no bad words in the music" for the production.